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Attack of pluracy, fluid removed from lungs, cold and cough with yellow sputum, enlarged lymph glands. Help

I am bank officer aged 40 I had a attack of Pluracy EIGHT YEARS BACK.tHEN fluids were removed from lungs. Sinethe last 6 months I have frequnt cold cough change in sound sputum yellowish and grenish soe breathing problem and influenza.One month back I had attacck of influenza. There was doubtof swine flu However test showed negative results and ruled out zswine flu .I want for x ray of chest and CT scan which has devtect enlargement of lymph glands at three four locations.One which was visible near right shoulder has been soerated recently.
What should I do
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Get your sputum examined for Gram and Zeil Neilson staining and culture sensitivity. also get done CBC ESR (Blood tests)
You should start with antibiotics---
Tab. Levofloxacin 500 mg once daily but after giving your sputum for testing.
Tab. Mucinac (600mg) once daily
This could be infection as you have symptoms and enlarged lymph nodes too.
Do consult a Chest Physician.
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